Universidad del Sagrado Corazon
Santurce, Puerto Rico
“Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion.”
-Georg Wihelm Freidrich Hegel
It is true that economic dissatisfaction has grown bigger over the last years in the island, leading to an overwhelming crisis that’s undertaking every financial and social aspect pertaining to puertorricans. Different political parties have tried to establish what could see like an answer to this predicament, evaluating traits common to different areas, possible resolutions to income and tax problems and even suggesting different models to acquire a more sustainable economic ...view middle of the document...
If we scale this uproar to this island’s reality, we would find some government funded initiatives that are intended to provide a sustainable platform for uprising entrepreneurs. Former Governor Luis Fortuño signed an executive project that would enable aspiring entrepreneurs with necessary tools to operate their business. Our client, took benefit from this opportunity and started her own, “on the road” kiosk for organic food, another sought after micro-enterprise. Her expectations are based solidly in her views of educating costumers to a healthier lifestyle while providing them with an unique eating experience.
Atabey is a organic food truck that began operations in September 2013, located in La Plaza Publica: Francisco M. Zeno at Cidra. It’s mission is to sell organic and healthy food in a way that is affordable, so this way it will create a physically healthy community. It’s mission is to be recognized in Cidra, as the first alternative when its time to eat in a healthy and nutritious way. Lately the young community is looking for ways to create a more healthy lifestyle, with all the differente excersices that are popular know. In Cidra, we don’t have that, specially with the older community. More than 50% of the population are over 50 years old and most of them have different...